It feels a bit odd to be summing things up after only three episodes but that’s how the Brits roll. Like a lot of British television, Sherlock plays more like a series of mini-movies that a serialized drama. That’s not a bad thing, as the show delivered three good to great stories, but it does prevent the series from building on itself in any significant way. The cliffhanger finale seems somewhat out of place in this context, as there’s been no emotional build up to accompany it. Continue reading
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